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Puzzle picture
« on: 11.01. 2019 11:33 »
Thoughts?

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Re: Puzzle picture
« Reply #1 on: 11.01. 2019 12:22 »
Interesting.
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Re: Puzzle picture
« Reply #2 on: 11.01. 2019 12:37 »
I'm obviously wrong but I never liked the look of the headstock area on the Featherbed, though it is better than on a 3TA I suppose.
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Re: Puzzle picture
« Reply #3 on: 11.01. 2019 12:51 »
Thoughts? Needs a bit more work before its ready for the road!   *smile*
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Re: Puzzle picture
« Reply #4 on: 11.01. 2019 13:07 »

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Re: Puzzle picture
« Reply #5 on: 12.01. 2019 10:58 »

 I guess that'd be a Kwakka in it's own Featherbed... *whistle*      quaaa....k
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Re: Puzzle picture
« Reply #6 on: 12.01. 2019 19:39 »
Quacker in a featherbed. So it's all duck down!
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Re: Puzzle picture
« Reply #7 on: 13.01. 2019 09:51 »
 
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Quacker in a featherbed. So it's all duck down!   

 
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   I guess that'd be a Kwakka in it's own Featherbed... *whistle*      quaaa....k

 Kwakk Quack - whut up duck...?    *bash* *bash*
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